How Do You Want Your Earth?

Scientists agree that mankind is pushing the planet beyond sustainable boundaries. Who’s listening?

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FLYPside: China vs. America

Going for the gold…and the oil and the soybeans.

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Tantamount to Torture

As the backlash against interrogation methods approved by the Bush administration reaches a fever pitch, the nation needs to set its future course.

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Fruits of Fancy

They’re spiky and some of them stink, but America is coming to embrace, albeit gingerly, the durian and other odd imports.

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Going Green: Watt We Waste

Saving money and energy go hand in hand and are made easy with these simple tips.

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Love Ave.: Modern Romance

Your guy is tall, dark and handsome, but his idea of romance involves a remote control and a case of Budweiser. What’s a gal to do?

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On the Town: New Heights

With the summer sweltering, travel to higher, cooler altitudes to experience the best city views.

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Machine Dreams: Robotic Art

Call it kinetic sculpture or robotic art: Fernando Orellana’s work is truly moving.

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Deadly Quiet: Hybrid Cars

Three Stanford graduates claim they have found a fix for hybrid cars’ potentially fatal flaw.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Shanghai Reels: Video Art

A new generation of video artists are redefining Shanghai’s contemporary art scene.

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Planet of Sound: Jenny Scheinman

Jenny Scheinman is one of modern jazz’s most respected violinists. Now, her dramatic transformation into a pop performer may make her a household name as well.

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Planet of Sound: Au

Luke Wyland mixes pop and experimental music to create the golden sounds of Au. Now, he just needs to keep his band together.

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The End: Ladybugs Found

America’s ladybug population is undergoing big changes, as native species grow rare and once-foreign species become common.

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